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In summary, etc. etc. etc. (Sorry...I'm a little zonked out tonight.)
I don't believe B/R has stated a stance on it, but that's the way media in general rolls. What you're taught in journalism school, etc.
When reading on a computer, double spaces (either after periods or the spacing between lines), indenting, underlining titles, etc., is pretty much just for term papers and stuff. If you read a story on a newspaper's website, or any other media site, you're pretty much gonna see straight plain text formatting with one space between sentences, etc.
If you like two spaces, it doesn't really matter, because the site's supposed to be about making it your own. But B/R did round up some people like me to wade through 12 hours worth of articles per week in order to increase the level of professionalism and help people improve in general with the grammar tips, etc., so it's cool that you care about getting as much right as possible.
I was going off what NBA.com has, but it seems like you're right about that. Thanks for the heads up...Not sure why most media sites adjusted to that but NBA.com hasn't. I think it must be a personal choice for each athlete if he wants to go the other way and maybe nba.com just put something up without knowing.